Why a freckle?

Because I’m a redhead, and I have a boatload of freckles. Since I have more freckles than pennies, I’m more willing to give them out!

I am a writer who has achieved self-publication. My first solo collected works, Tilted Tales, was published December 6th, 2014, under my Author name, A.L. Sant. All the artwork in the book and on the cover is mine. This collection revolves around a fairy-tale theme, including fairies, witches, and funny smelling monsters who are misunderstood. I did not write it for a specific age group, though it does do well with most kids. My second book is a collection of poetry titled WonderLoss; this is an emotional collection of poems geared toward adults.

Along with poetry and  short stories, I write children’s books and novels- both publications to come in the future. I love the idea of sharing my adventures in storytelling with you, the reader. I often get caught up in projects and don’t blog for a while. I am trying to be better about that, but hey, I’m human; though several of my peers vehemently argue I am part fairy. As if I would tell.

My own work aside, I have been fortunate enough to assist other writers with formatting and artwork for their books. I would love to answer any questions or offer advice to anyone working with CreateSpace, and I always give a shout-out on my twitter feed and blog page to help boost exposure. Send me an email, and I will help you out.

If you are interested in knowing where I will be next, follow my twitter feed @AuthorSant, or email me directly at author.al.sant@gmail.com. Please bear in mind it may take me a day or two to get back to you.


Feel free to visit my website, authoralsant.com.







*Please note I do not give anyone the right to use or copy, in whole or in part, any of my writing or images without first obtaining written permission from me.

One thought on “Why a freckle?

  1. Hi there, I think your site’s got beautiful design and such interesting pieces, so I’m following! 🙂
    I really enjoy your posts and look forward to your next.
    Feel free to check out my writing about publishing: publishinginsights.org

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